NASA often laughs at ufologists' speculation and smashes their argument to smithereens. But as it turned out, sometimes the opposite happens. Not so long ago, UFO experts questioned the fact that the well-known Curiosity rover has indeed been plowing the Red Planet for seven years. Their main evidence is … an eagle and a monkey.
Taiwanese ufologist Scott Waring noticed that a bird of prey was captured on a recently published “from Mars” picture. It was first noticed by Marcelo Imazsta, a colleague of Waring from Argentina. The find interested the UFO expert, and he continued the investigation.
Later on another photo, Waring found a monkey. Qualified ufologists would not be themselves if the first thing they didn’t assume that the living creatures in the frame are representatives of the alien fauna. Or so, or, much worse, NASA just leads the whole world by the nose.
“Either there are living beings on Mars, or – although this idea is disgusting to me, it cannot be swept away – the rover may not be on the Red Planet, but on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago,” said Scott Waring.
The uninhabited island of Devon , about which the ufologist speaks, is often used by NASA for various tests. Since the landscape of this piece of land strongly resembles the Martian, scientists carry out some missions on it and often model the conditions of human life and work on the Red Planet. A kind of training ground.
NASA is still not responding to criticism. But in the theories of ufologists respected authoritative edition of the Daily Express . Its representatives believe that the “fauna” caught in the frame may not be an anomaly or a living creature, but a marriage from a camera flash, cosmic rays or reflected sunlight.
Recall: according to official data, the Curiosity rover has been on Mars since August 2012, constantly sends photographs to Earth and helps to make new discoveries. In particular, thanks to him, methane, traces of an ancient lake and sources of organic molecules were found on Mars. He also helped in the study of Gale crater .